Congratulations to Denise Collins from Knocknaloman, who was crowned the Cork Rose from forty five contestants on Saturday evening, in the Silversprings Hotel.
Denise, attended Hollymount National School is now a teacher in Davis College, Mallow. She is a daughter of Pat and Margaret Collins, and her mum is the matron in Millstreet Community Hospital.
The Rose of Tralee takes place from the 17th to the 23rd of August.
[read more …] “Denise is the Cork Rose for 2016”
Bank of Ireland Millstreet would like to invite all business customers in the Area to a Breakfast Meeting in the Wallis Arms on Wednesday the 13th of July at 8am.
We would greatly appreciate if you would confirm [read more …] “BOI Business Customers Breakfast Meeting”
Have you lamps, teacups, plates, mugs, vases, porcelain figurines, photo frames, or odd little bits and pieces lying around the house that you want to get rid of? Why not give them to us? This summer, we are teaching the children in Drishane Castle how to recycle, repaint or remake household objects. If you have this kind of small bric-a- brac and you want rid of it, we would gladly take it. We plan to sell the recycled products to raise money for our School Book Fund.
Phone Mahwish 089 9825058 or Mike 086 4106364
Millstreet Country Park‘s Bug Fest 2016 is taking place from 2 – 5pm on Sunday the 10th of July!
It’s great fun for all the family with loads of fantastic activities like Bug Hunts, Pond Dipping, looking at a freshwater tank full of pond life and Bug Arts and Crafts.
There will also be showings of ‘Minuscule’ the movie. A charming award winning movie about insects and their tiny world.
After all of this adventuring you can kick back and relax in the visitor centre cafe, get an ice cream and maybe a venison burger from our BBQ (weather dependent of course).